Previewing the White House jobs summit, CNBC’s “Squawk Box” is coming back to Washington, broadcasting from the Treasury Department’s Cash Room. (Yes, Cash Room. Doesn’t everybody have one?)
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CNBC’s Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Carl Quintanilla will anchor “Squawk Box” from Capitol Hill tomorrow. “Squawk in Session: Live From The U.S. House of Representatives” will broadcast at 6am-9amET from the Education and Labor Committee Hearing Room.
Lined up guests included Reps. Barney Frank, Jeb Hensarling, Paul Kanjorski, Paul Ryan, Elijah Cummings and Kevin McCarthy.
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Cable and networks are beginning to announce their coverage of the G-20 summit next week. Via TVNewser, business nets’ plans.
Fox News scored best primetime demo of 2009.
NY Observer: Sue Naegle, the president of entertainment for HBO, said that she still talks with the NYT‘s Frank Rich and The Daily Beast’s Tina Brown on a recurring basis. Brown has already teamed up on one project, optioning a Tom Wolfe book for an hour-long series. Rich is working on a project with the actor James Gandolfini.
Slate: Why the press can’t get enough of Harvard or Yale murders.
“Squawk in Session: Live from the U.S. Senate” aired this morning on CNBC. Check out CNBC’s Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Carl Quintanilla anchoring live from the Senate Energy and National Resources Committee Hearing Room. They were joined by Senators from both sides of the aisle to discuss the President’s plans to reform health care and the economy.
We hear it was the first-ever live television show (non-hearing) to broadcast from the Senate or a hearing room.
After the jump, check out the anchor with their Congressional counterparts, including Senators Jack Reed (D-RI), Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), Kent Conrad (D-ND), Judd Gregg (R-NH), Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX).
CNBC’s “Squawk Box” will broadcast live from Capitol Hill tomorrow. The special broadcast, “Squawk in Session: Live From The U.S. Senate” airs from 6-9amET and will be anchored by CNBC’s Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Carl Quintanilla.
Their lined-up guests include: Senator Kent Conrad (D-ND), Senator Jack Reed (D-RI), Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH), Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) and Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN).
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Roll Call celebrated a 54th birthday this week. Happy birthday to CNN minx, Meryl Conant (clearly added by MD)!! What we know and what we’re reading this Thursday morning…
One of the new bidders for the Boston Globe says he will work with the union.
NBC’s Ann Curry, CNN’s Rick Sanchez, FNC’s Clayton Morris and Today show producer Ryan Osborn talked social media and foreign reporting yesterday at the 140 Characters Conference in New York. TVNewser has the dets.
NYT: The visas for many of the foreign journalists in Iran are expiring this week, depriving the world of independent sources of information about the violent protests that erupted after the disputed presidential election.
YouTube is still blocked in Iran.
Fox News anchors are responding to comments that President Obama made in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood earlier this week- “I’ve got one television station entirely devoted to attacking my administration,” Obama said. “You’d be hard-pressed, if you watched the entire day, to find a positive story about me on that front.”
Steve Doocy: “Look, we are just balancing things out. When you watch the other channels, the news channels, it’s all — you know, you don’t hear a lot of the criticism.” And Greta Van Susteren on her blog: “I don’t think the President is afraid of Fox – he is a very smart and tough man – but I do think he holds a grudge. There is a huge Fox audience that he represents since he is the President of all Americans.”
HAT TIPS: mediabistro
JOBS after the jump…